The Nikon P-22 Rimfire Scope

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posted on February 17, 2012
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Nikon has introduced a rimfire-optimized scope for .22 caliber AR rifles. The Nikon P-22 is designed for speed and accuracy on AR-style .22 rifles.

The P-22 is offered in 2-7x32 with the BDC 150 reticle or in 2-7x32 with a Nikoplex reticle and Nikon’s Rapid Action Turret system. These optics also feature tactical-style turrets with a Zero-Reset feature and are parallax set at 50 yards with positive, 1/4-inch MOA and tactical hand turn adjustments.

Developed specifically for the trajectory of the .22 long rifle rimfire round, the new BDC 150 reticle offers shooters circles, dots and hash marks from 50 to 150 yards. The P-22 2-7x32 with Nikoplex reticle with Rapid Action Turret technology includes two different sets of tactical style elevation turrets for Standard Velocities (1,200-1,300 fps) and Hyper Velocities (1,500-1,600 fps).

The P-22 is full multicoated for optimal brightness, is optimized for use with Nikon’s Spot On ballistics software and will retail for $179.95. For more information, go to Nikonhunting.com.

FOV @ 100 yards:33.4 - 9.5
Exit Pupil:16 - 4.6
Eye Relief:3.8 inches
Length:11.5 inches
Weight:13.9 ounces
Max internal adjustment:80 MOA
Parallax setting:50 yards

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